by Theodore Sturgeon
The Theodore Sturgeon Page: Lots of info on the author.
Page 94 - "We don't believe anything we don't want to believe."
Page 97 - "Logic and truth are very different things, but they often look the same to the mind that's performing the logic."
Page 186 - "He saw himself as an atom and his gestalt as a molecule. He saw these others as a cell among cells, and he saw the whole design of what, with joy, humanity would become."
Do you think its possible for a group of humans to unite, forming a new organism (homo gestalt)?
What do you think the psychological effect of telekenisis, mind reading, etc... on a person would be?
This book clearly has an optimistic view of humanity (and its evolution). Do you share in this viewpoint? Why or why not?
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